The Detroit Symphony and Music Director Leonard Slatkin have recently released new recordings of all six of Peter Tchaikovsky's symphonies. Slatkin spoke with us about the process of turning live concerts into recordings, the differences between live and studio recordings, and more.
And they're off! For the next 10 days, Fred Child is in Central Europe leading some PT listeners in A River Rhapsody on the Danube. Want to join them? Come follow along and experience the Danube tour from the comfort of your home. The site will be updated as the tour progresses, so don't forget to check back often!
In 1815, a group of Bostonians came together to form an ambitious music ensemble; they called themselves the Handel and Haydn Society. Nowadays, H+H has the distinction of being the oldest continuously performing music ensemble in the United States. Artistic Director Harry Christophers joins us to discuss the ensemble's history, their bicentennial celebration plans, and more.
We toured Charleston's famous Historic Dock Street Theatre with Managing Director Christopher Parham, who spoke with us about the history of the space, its ghostly inhabitants, and the building's recent renovations.
Join us every day this week for a virtual tour of charming Charleston, SC, as we feature the sights and sounds of the Holy City alongside musical highlights from the Spoleto Festival USA. Today, we're heading to Poogan's Porch, an iconic Charleston eatery famous for their delicious buttermilk biscuits.